"Loloma. My name is Mindy, and I'm fourteen. My Hopi name is Dawayumsi (pronounced dah-WAH-yum-see), which means 'new dawn' or 'beginning of a new day.'"This second book in the series My World: Young Native Americans Today tells the story of Mindy, a Hopi and Tewa girl from the Southwest. Readers will journey with Mindy through her coming-of-age ceremony and will trace the history of the Hopi trib...
Age Range: 8 and up
Grade Level: 4 - 6
Series: My World: Young Native Americans Today
Hardcover: 48 pages
Publisher: Council Oak Books (July 1, 2006)
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 0.2 x 11.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 4937016
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I bought this book to go along with our 4th grade Maryland Unit. I was hoping my students would get a better idea of life of a present day Native American child.Although Naiche is Native American, the book is not clearly written and seems to bounce f...
rington's impressive photography brings to life the Arizona landscape and the beautiful katchina dolls carved by Mindy's father and grandfather. Susan Secakuku of the Hopi Butterfly Clan relates in detail the ceremonies that are special to the Hopi, such as the Corn Grinding Ceremony. She shows what daily life is like today, high on the mesas of the American Southwest.This insightful and instructive book offers a rare glimpse into the contemporary culture of the Hopi tribe, while celebrating Native American life.